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roger wins the first set 7-6

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7-6 6-4
well done roger
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I know this has nothing to do with Roger but someone help me understand why I should like Murray. Apparently he played the match of the year today against Chela (I didn't see it). I just cannot warm to the guy or his game. The only thing I can warm to is the he has a resonable chance of taking out Nadal in R3.

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Good match~~(Roger-Ginepri)~~~
Roger looked good, moved well, served great and did just what he had to do to win. THe match seemed to be a crowd pleaser~~some nice playing on both sides.

Ginepri played his heart out~~~~~some really fun rallys,
but in the second set Roger went up a gear, and brought it home.

There was some very good shot making.
I enjoyed the match.
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I know this has nothing to do with Roger but someone help me understand why I should like Murray. Apparently he played the match of the year today against Chela (I didn't see it). I just cannot warm to the guy or his game. The only thing I can warm to is the he has a resonable chance of taking out Nadal in R3.
Even as a Brit I understand where you're coming from. However, whatever my personal feelings are towards Jock Boy and the way he acts up, I have to say that after watching his match yesterday and tonight, if he can keep himself together and stop acting like a jerk, and play the way he has in his last 2 matches .. I won't be able to stop myself becoming a fan! And playing at this level and keeping his self belief, he has a real chance to take Nadal out.
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And playing at this level and keeping his self belief, he has a real chance to take Nadal out.
Oh god let it be so.

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Roger looked so fine in some shorts I can finally like, skimming the upper part of the knee and not ballooning in the wind, just tight~~tailored enough.
Nice black top.

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Yeah I like the fact that he wears clothes that fit. Most guys wear stuff that looks a few sizes to big. Outfit might be a bit boring but considering some of the stuff Nike comes up with I'll take boring anyday.


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Nice pic, mirkaland

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Looked like a great win today, vs. Ginepri!

Keep it up, buddy!

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Well done Roger

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Roger looked so fine in some shorts I can finally like, skimming the upper part of the knee and not ballooning in the wind, just tight~~tailored enough.
Nice black top.

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It was actually navy.

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I know this has nothing to do with Roger but someone help me understand why I should like Murray. Apparently he played the match of the year today against Chela (I didn't see it). I just cannot warm to the guy or his game. The only thing I can warm to is the he has a resonable chance of taking out Nadal in R3.
My thoughts exactly, but I dont see him takeing down Rafa in Madrid.

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